If you are a window user, then you may often encounter a problem of unresponsive software or apps. In that case, you have two options either to force kill that app or to wait till the app become responsive. However, in most of the case we open Task manager and forcefully kill or end the unresponsive app.
Now, if we talk about Mac then we find it more stable, however it doesn’t mean that no apps become unresponsive on Mac. There are times when we find the spinning beach-ball of death, which in itself is a sign that an app is frozen and not responding. Believe me, no Mac user never ever wishes to see the spinning rainbow ball.
So, if you too face the problem of unresponsive apps then in this article we will explain to you, how to quit these unresponsive applications. There are several methods to quit the frozen applications, let’s discuss them one after another.
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Activity monitor is one of the most powerful tool which resides in your Mac. It not only shows all the process which are running on the Mac, but helps to manage them for increasing the Mac’s performance. In common terms, it is like the Task manager of windows.
So, now whenever you see that spinning rainbow ball follow any of the above steps and quit that application.